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Exercise and the Good Bugs in Our Gut

Being physically active may encourage beneficial germs to thrive in your gut, while inactivity could do the reverse, according to an innovative new study. The findings suggest that, in addition to its other health benefits, frequent exercise may influence our weight and overall health by altering the kinds of organisms that live inside of us.

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

Today professional athletes tend to eat a lot better. It’s hard to control exercise if you are not controlling the diet at the same time.

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